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And, seeking to secure him, they feared the multitudes; since, for a prophet, were they holding him.
And desiring, to kill, him, he feared the multitude, because, as a prophet, they held him.
Whom then hadst thou been anxious about and feared that thou shouldest speak falsely, When me, thou rememberedst not, caredst not for me? Did not, I, keep silence even from age-past times, Although me, thou wouldest not fear?
But, should we say, Of men -- , they were in fear of the multitude, for, one and all, were holding John, in very deed, that he was, a prophet.
And they were seeking, to secure, him, - and were in fear of the multitude; for they perceived that, against them, the parable he had spoken. And, leaving him, they departed.
But, if we say, Of men, the people, one and all, will stone us, for, persuaded, they are, that, John, was, a prophet.
And the High-priests and the Scribes were seeking, how they might get rid of him; for they feared the people.
These things, said his parents, because they were in fear of the Jews, - for, already, had the Jews agreed together, that, if anyone should confess, him, to be Christ, an, excommunicant from the synagogue, should he be made.
Then, the captain with the officers, departing, brought them - not with violence, - for they were afraid of the people, lest they should be stoned;
And taking hold of him he healed and dismissed him, -